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Check out a sneak peek of Rihanna’s prank on Jimmy Kimmel. Watch Rihanna’s interview on ABC this Wednesday (April 1st) at 11:35/10:35c.
Rihanna roars in at No. 23 on the Billboard Hot 100 with “Bitch Better Have My Money,” the chart’s highest debut, powered largely by its No. 5 debut on Digital Songs (108,000 sold since its digital retail arrival on March 26).
She may be the best friend of the world’s most famous pop star, but Melissa Forde (also known as Mdollas) is a triple threat in her own right. Not only is she a talented photographer (check the hashtag #mtfphotography for intimate moments with Rihanna), but she’s modeled for swimwear designer Lisa Marie Fernandez and now she’s launching her own line of playful bucket hats with Wrkng Title, founded by rapper Wale. Harper’s Bazaar caught up with Forde at her Opening Ceremony launch party last night to talk bucket hat icons, what it’s like to be best friends with Bad Gal Riri and her thoughts on Instagram versus Snapchat.
HB: Do you and Rihanna ever share clothes?
MF: Of course, all the time. I definitely go into her closet, and she gets in mine. If I’m getting dressed, I’ll be like “Rob, do you have a white crop top?” and she’ll be like, “Do you have a gray long-sleeve shirt?” She definitely helps to style me too.
HB: Have you ever fought over boys?
MF: Oh god no. We’ve never, I’ve never fought with any of my friends. That’s just weird, that would never happen.
Click here for more photos from inside the event. Read the full interview after the jump.
RiRi was photographed leaving her dentist in New York City this Tuesday (March 31). Click here for photos.
RiRi was spotted at Melissa’s premiere party at Opening Ceremony in New York City last night after attending the Tidal launch conference. Check more pictures here.
The M$$ x WT bucket hats will be available in Opening Ceremony stores and online starting March 31.
Visit RihannaVault.com for more pictures from yesterday when Rihanna was seen heading to Tidal conference.
It normally takes the promise of a glitzy award show to bring together this many stars.
But the biggest names in the music industry united on Monday to launch new music streaming service Tidal.
Rihanna, Madonna, Beyonce, Usher, Daft Punk, Arcade Fire, Jack White and Kanye West joined a host of other stars as they were revealed as co-owners of the subscription service, which was the brainchild of Jay Z.
The launch came after a huge social media push, in which the stars devoted their Twitter and Facebook pages to promoting Tidal.
More details after the jump. Watch the launch event at tidal.com
Rihanna performed “Bitch Better Have My Money” for the first time! Let’s just say her performance was pretty priceless.
Sunday night the 27-year-old singer took to the stage at the Shrine Auditorium at the 2015 iHeart Radio Music Awards. Arriving in a helicopter, the superstar stepped out wearing green boots, a matching fur coat and a very little black dress. She completed her look with emerald green shades that disappeared midway through the performance.
“Wow! Let’s just hug it out bitch. We’ve got your money,” presenter Jeremy Piven joked seconds after the show. “Wow. It is hot in here.” LOL!
After her performance she headed for dinner at Giorgio Baldi’s. Check out more pictures here.
In the above video, Rihanna, Jim Parsons, Jennifer Lopez, and Steve Martin discuss their characters from DreamWorks’ animated film “Home”.
“Home” is headed for a box office home run. DreamWorks Animation’s family film defied expectations, to say the least, opening to $15.6 million on Friday, which set it on course for just under $59 million this weekend. This is one of the best debuts in recent years for a DreamWorks Animation original title. However, the studio has a more modest estimate of $55.5 million. This is a stellar start for “Home” as only 15% of K-12 schools are on spring break. Recent forecasts had pegged “Home” in the $30 million to $35 million range. The pic, which cost $130 million to produce, also stands to outperform other recent DreamWorks releases handled by Fox, including “Penguins of Madagascar,” which grossed $35.4 million in its opening five-day weekend; “Mr. Peabody and Sherman,” which reeled in $32.2 million in its debut; and “Turbo,” which made $31 million in five days. The animation studio took a $57.1 million writedown on the first two aforementioned films.
“Home” follows a young girl — one of the only humans not to have been relocated by an alien race — and her newfound Martian friend. The movie, which is based on Adam Rex’s 2007 children’s book “The True Meaning of Smekday,” stars the voices of Jim Parsons, Rihanna, Jennifer Lopez and Steve Martin.